Samsung Begins Mass Producing 10nm DRAM With 3200Mbps Transfer Rate

Samsung has announced that it has begun the mass production of its 10-nanometer class 8-Gigabit Double Data Rate 4 (DDR4) DRAM. The new chip, Samsung claims, offers a transfer rate of 3,200 megabits per second. The South Korean technology company continues to innovate in the semiconductor space. It says it had to overcome technical challenges in DRAM scaling in order to manufacture this chip. It apparently did so by mastering ArF (argon fluoride) immersion lithography, utilising EUV (extreme ultra violet) equipment. “Samsung’s 10nm-class DRAM will enable the highest level of…

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